The Wonderful Works of Musician Jeremy Camp

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Lately, I’ve been listening to the music of Christian contemporary singer/songwriter, Jeremy Camp. His music has a great soft-rock feel and appeals to all age groups. I first discovered his music via Spotify, and found out that I already sing some of his worship-based tracks in Church!

Anyway, Jeremy Camp has a brand new album out named We Cry Out: The Worship Project:

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I’ve found this album to be… well, just simply wonderful! The songs and lyrics are well-crafted and is a real pleasure to listen to. You can order a copy over on the Jeremy Camp website.

On a final note, I just think its a real blessing that talented artists are using their skills for Jesus; it’s a great thing. Music, like design and many other forms of media, is playing a vital role in spreading the Good News of the Gospel to those who’ve either never heard — or need further encouragement to make a commitment to Jesus.

What do you think of Jeremy Camp’s music? Have you heard of him before? Please leave your messages below…

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2 thoughts on “The Wonderful Works of Musician Jeremy Camp”

  1. Gabriel
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    Love Christian music, love Jeremy Camp, and I really wish the U.S would get Spotify! 😀

  2. Andrew Kelsall
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    Gabriel → Hi there! Thanks for stopping by the blog. I think Spotify is coming to the U.S, but talks are still taking place. In the mean time, I think iTunes may launch a similar service I read on Mashable.com …

    Im glad you like Christinan music, too 🙂